HIV/AIDS and the World of Work Branch (ILOAIDS)

What's new

  1. Publication

    Promoting a Rights-based Approach to Migration, Health, and HIV and AIDS: A Framework for Action

    28 November 2017

    Migrants’ access to health and HIV services can be improved only by adopting a human rights-based approach in the governance of the entire migration process. This new publication, released ahead of the World AIDS Day, analyses the interplay between fair labour migration policies, effective responses to HIV and broader health goals to be addressed in countries of origin, transit and destination; and presents a framework for action.

  2. Report as of December 2016

    VCT@WORK: Voluntary Confidential Counselling and HIV Testing for Workers

    17 October 2017


    More than 4.1 million tested for HIV under VCT@WORK initiative

    17 October 2017

    The Voluntary Counselling and Testing at work (VCT@WORK) initiative has reached over 6 million workers and family members. Of those, more than 4.1 million were tested for HIV and 103,000 referred to access anti retro-viral treatment.


    Testing for HIV at the workplace – on the farm, in the mines and at the hairdressers

    17 October 2017

    Over 4.1 million workers took HIV test in 18 countries as part of ILO’s efforts to fast track HIV testing.

  5. News

    Caring for miners: Coal India Limited promotes VCT@WORK in India

    25 September 2017